Five Reasons 2019 will be Glorious

Photo: South and North Korean officials held a groundbreaking ceremony for the connection and modernization of an inter-Korean railway December 27. View this report on YouTube. As we begin 2019, the battle between good an evil is heating up, and the hordes that represent Hell are attempting to corrupt every cell of humanity. There are […]

Mexicans Flip Flop on Border Deal

Saturday afternoon, the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, and other media outlets were reporting a deal made by the incoming administration of Mexican President Lopez Obrador–who takes office December 5th–to keep thousands of Central American migrants in Mexico while their asylum cases made their way through the American immigration courts. On Sunday, the same incoming administration […]

Kim to Suspend Strikes, Shut Down Nuclear Test Site

A Korean source says as a show of good faith for the upcoming meeting with President Trump, Kim Jong-un will suspend nuclear and missile tests and shut down a nuclear test site. The date and place for the summit have not yet been named. On Thursday, North Korea dropped its demand that U.S. troops stationed […]

Secret Meeting, North/South Summit Signal End of Nuclear Threat

Dotted line is the DMZ (demilitarization zone) An unnamed South Korean official told local media that both sides of the Korean conflict are in talks to announce a permanent end to the Korean War that began in 1950. Leaders of the two countries are supposed to meet in a summit next week. A truce, not […]

South Korea Says Kim May be Ready to Talk about Nukes 

Kim Jong-un (center) with South Korean officials North Korea is ready to come to the negotiating table, according to South Korean officials. The two sides met on Monday and Tuesday, and Kim Jong-un held an “openhearted talk” with visiting envoys from South Korea. They reached a “satisfactory agreement” to hold a summit sometime in April. […]

Iraq’s Troubles and the Iran-North Korea Threat

Vice President Joe Biden traveled to Iraq April 28 to meet with Prime Minister al-Abadi as a show of support for Abadi’s government amid internal turmoil. Abadi is a Shi’ite Muslim who tried to introduce a slate of new ministers to parliament, but he was met by opponents lobbing water bottles and chanting for his removal. […]